In 2017, Grow Africa shifted focus from private sector engagement and mobilisation through LOI, to a more structured value chain development approach that encompasses all stakeholders.
Grow Africa partners are working with Landesa on developing guidance on non-state-sponsored grievance processes for land-based investments in African agriculture.
Eclectics International commits US$ 5,000,000 of investment into services in Kenya and Rwanda. In Ghana, Oko Forests commits US$350,000 to cultivate and process cassava.
The Business and Sustainable Development Commission, a consortium launched in January 2016 of senior business leaders seeking to accelerate business models for a sustainable economy